Environment group holds annual meeting
The Peninsula Environment Group will hold its annual meeting at 10am on March 10 in the Spike Milligan room at Woy Woy Library.
The meeting will include reports about the group's various projects, including the Woy Woy Community Garden in Moana St, its food network, its nature playgroup (which organises nature-based playgroup sessions for pre-schoolers), the Woytopia Sustainable Living Festival, and its Plastic-Free Peninsula campaign.
There will also be a short presentation explaining the history and structure of the Peninsula Environment Group.
All committee positions will be vacated and a new committee elected.
"This is a great time to get involved," said Group secretary Ms Carolyn Glover.
"We welcome new members in all our projects, but for the first time in a while we have vacancies to join the food network, our organic food buying co-operative, and we are also looking for volunteers to help with our Woytopia sustainable living festival later this year.
"If you are interested in getting involved in a local environment organisation, this is a great opportunity to learn more about a dynamic and friendly community group and become involved in its activities," Ms Glover said.
Media release, 20 Feb 2018
Carolyn Glover, PEG
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